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Deriner Dam View from left Bank highest Point on 25 September 2012 with Deriner Lake Water Level at 305.53 masl with Photographer
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Copyright: Sebastian bauer
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Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam View from left Bank highest Point on 25 September 2012 with Deriner Lake Water Level at 305.53 masl
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Deriner Dam Crest Left Balcony on 11 January 2012
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Deriner Dam upstream left Bank View on 11 July 2012 with Reservoir Water Level at 269.75 masl
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Deriner Dam upstream left Bank View on 11 July 2012 with Reservoir Water Level at 269.75 masl and Photographer
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Deriner Dam Gallery G9 Left Balcony on 1 May 2012 with upstream Water Level at 238.65 masl
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Deriner Dam Gallery G9 Left Balcony on 1 May 2012 with upstream Water Level at 238.65 masl with Photographer
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Deriner Dam Gallery G09 - View from left Balcony on 13 January 2012 with Photographer
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Deriner Dam Gallery G09 - View from left Balcony on 13 January 2012
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Deriner Dam - View from the left Survey Pillar of Gallery G7 on 28 April 2012
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Deriner Dam downstream left Bank View with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open and Lake Water Level at 259.78 masl and Photographer
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Deriner Dam Gallery G7 Left Balcony on 19 May 2012 with upstream Water Level at 239.88 masl
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Deriner Dam View from Gallery G7 Left Balcony on 30 October 2011
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